Grants & Support

If you are a charity, voluntary or community organisation based and working in the West of England looking for funding to support the work you deliver, then Quartet may be able to help.

Last year we made grants totalling over £5 million. These ranged from small grants of £250 to larger multi-year grants of £40K +.

We strive to be as open and accessible as possible to local groups and organisations that need grant funding. That’s why we’re proud to be a signatory of IVAR’s commitment to open and trusting grant-making. You can find out more by clicking on the IVAR logo below.

Open and trusting with IVAR

Here’s how to access grant funding from Quartet Community Foundation.

Our current grant programmes:

Browse the grant programmes we have available to see if there is a fit with your needs: Current grant programmes.

You’ll find full guidelines for each individual programme.

Before you apply for a grant:

  • Check if you are eligible before applying: see ‘Am I eligible for support’
  • Read further information about eligibility and how to apply:  Help & Guidance (FAQs)
  • Download and read our print-friendly guide to completing an application form
  • See below our advice and guidance on reducing your environmental impact.
Advice and guidance to reduce your environmental impact.

Advice and guidance to reduce your environmental impact.

Top tips for grant applicants

Watch our ‘Top Tips for Grant Applicants’ video on things to consider when writing your application.

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We are here to help

We are keen to make sure that you don’t waste your time, so if you have any questions regarding your eligibility, the application process or would just like to discuss your ideas, please email: or call 0117 989 7700. Our team is always happy to help.

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